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Legality

UN Sustainable Development Goals

GOAL 16: Peace and Justice Strong Institutions

Description

Legality can be defined as an act, agreement, or contract that is consistent with the law or state of being lawful or unlawful in a given jurisdiction.

From Wikipedia

Organizations relating to Legality

Convention Abolishing the Legalization of Documents in the Member States of the European Communities / Est. 1987
HCA Legal Centre for Human Rights
United Nations Trust Fund for South Africa / Est. 1965
German Foundation for International Legal Cooperation / Est. 1992
WELMEC - European Cooperation in Legal Metrology / Est. 1990
Institute for Transnational Legal Research, Diepenbeek
African Legal People
ASEAN Academy of Law and Jurisprudence
World Jurist Association / Est. 1963
International Third World Legal Studies Association / Est. 1980
European Centre for Judges and Lawyers / Est. 1992
Evidence Photographers International Council / Est. 1968
International Legal Assistance Consortium / Est. 2000
International Organization of Legal Metrology / Est. 1955
International Federation of Women Lawyers / Est. 1944
European Convention on the Legal Protection of Services Based On, or Consisting Of, Conditional Access / Est. 2001
Australasian Legal Information Institute
Academy of European Private Lawyers / Est. 1992
International Association of Internet Hotlines / Est. 1999
Forum of European Law in Practice / Est. 1990
Association of Legal Administrators / Est. 1971
European Legal Network on Asylum / Est. 1985
European Convention on the Legal Status of Migrant Workers / Est. 1977
Centre for International Legal and Economic Studies / Est. 1984
European Council of Legal Medicine

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World Problems relating to Legality

From the Encyclopedia of World Problems and Human Potential

Unethical practices in transportation
Error
Illegality
Unethical commercial practices
Unethical media practices
Underground economy
Unskillfulness
Refusal
Uncontrolled immigration
Unethical practice of chemistry
Poaching
Unauthorized access to computer information systems
Computer piracy
Inadequate law enforcement
Criminal offences against the environment
Unethical construction practices
Unethical practices of priesthood
Unethical practice of physics
Discrimination against women in the legal profession
Irresponsible experts
Unethical consumption practices
Disapproval
Unchastity
Unethical practices in the service sector
Unethical practices of engineering

Action Strategies relating to Legality

From the Encyclopedia of World Problems and Human Potential

Protecting children's rights
Expanding use of information technology for law
Restating legal verdict
Forming legal opinion
Making final legal judgement
Implementing environmental legal agreements
Educating lawyers
Improving international cooperation in reducing terrorism
Developing computer law
Studying international law
Recognizing legal validity of guardianship
Deterring crime with legal information
Implementing code of practice on transboundary movements of radioactive waste
Researching legal aspects of biodiversity protection
Settling consumer disputes on the internet
Adopting laws to prevent the illegal export or import of hazardous waste
Legalizing community rights to resource use
Establishing procedures for legal redress for environmental harm
Demanding protective legality
Regulating biodiversity conservation
Regulating electronic commerce
Upholding common acceptance of conferred legal powers
Collecting electronic evidence
Establishing forensic standards for electronic evidence
Whistleblowing

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